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post #11 of 20
I'd probably go with the 3930k instead of the 3960x as well. Also, I'd probably ditch the 3rd 680 as the scaling for 680 tri-sli isn't there yet and spend the extra green on 2 HC 680s instead, and a full CPU/VRM/GPU WC setup. +1000 on going with Caselabs, anything else is just wasting money IMHO (although I would suggest bumping up to an MH10 or TH10 just because).
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I didn't know we were Overclock.net the pursuit of money saving. I thought we were Overclock.net the pursuit of performance. Don't have time to do the $1500 build but heres the $4500 build.

CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2630 x2
Mobo: ASUS Z9PE-D16
RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB x4
PSU: SeaSonic Platinum-1000 x2
Graphics: EVGA GTX 680 x3
Case: Caselabs Magnum T10
SSD: Crucial M4 128GB
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2TB
Cooler: Noctua NH-D14 SE2011

Grand Total: $4426
All parts were from Newegg except the Caslabs case of course. biggrin.gif
     
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post #13 of 20
Feel free to give away money if you want. If I can get the same performance for less, I'll call it good.
Edited by MisterFred - 4/22/12 at 6:28pm
    
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Originally Posted by bigkahuna360 View Post

I didn't know we were Overclock.net the pursuit of money saving. I thought we were Overclock.net the pursuit of performance. Don't have time to do the $1500 build but heres the $4500 build.
CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2630 x2
Mobo: ASUS Z9PE-D16
RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB x4
PSU: SeaSonic Platinum-1000 x2
Graphics: EVGA GTX 680 x3
Case: Caselabs Magnum T10
SSD: Crucial M4 128GB
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2TB
Cooler: Noctua NH-D14 SE2011
Grand Total: $4426
All parts were from Newegg except the Caslabs case of course. biggrin.gif

Performance =|= wasted money.
Oh and talking about wasted money. Caselabs case and a D14? Workstation, non-overclockable board? TWO 1000w PSUs?

Uh.... lol.
     
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EDIT: You could buy a 2CPU Mo/Bo for around $550 from EVGA Classified and run two 990x if you wanted.

You cant run two 990x processors on a two socket board. You need server procs, which are more expensive than 990x's (if youre looking at getting better performance)
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I didn't know we were Overclock.net the pursuit of money saving. I thought we were Overclock.net the pursuit of performance. Don't have time to do the $1500 build but heres the $4500 build.
CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2630 x2
Mobo: ASUS Z9PE-D16
RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB x4
PSU: SeaSonic Platinum-1000 x2
Graphics: EVGA GTX 680 x3
Case: Caselabs Magnum T10
SSD: Crucial M4 128GB
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2TB
Cooler: Noctua NH-D14 SE2011
Grand Total: $4426
All parts were from Newegg except the Caslabs case of course. biggrin.gif

Its not the pursuit of money wasting either. wink.gif

Who spends almost 5 grand on a rig and only uses air cooling? Im not understanding why he should get two 2.3 Ghz (locked) 6 cores for 1240, when he could get one 3960X for 999 and possibly get it up to 5 Ghz (under a custom water loop). Not to mention the two cpu board is $500 and ugly as all hell. Who wants to show off a mobo with a green PCB and white and blue ram slots? Not to mention the rotting salmon colored fans on the noctua coolers sicksmiley.png. Really takes away from the sexiness factor of a caselabs. Also, OP didnt mention anything about rendering or the like, so I dont see how he would benefit from all those threads. In other news, skip the dual PSUs, he wouldnt need those, MAYBE a 1250, but those 680s dont use much if I remember right.

CPU - 3960X - 1000
MOBO - Asus ROG 350+
RAM - whatever works 200+
Graphics - two or 3 680s/7970s 1500+
SSD - (you could raid some too if you want) Samsung 830/Crucial M4 140+
HDD - whatever works - 100+
Case - Caselabs are awesome, but too big for my taste. 400
PSU - seasonic 1250 gold/AX1200 (if you even need that much) 250+
Custom water loop!!! 500+
A smokin sexy computer - priceless

3500-4000, not to mention if you need a monitor, keyboard, mouse, OS, speakers, shipping etc

Either way youre getting a bomb sexy computer, I would just rather have you not spend money on things that wont help you out. Also, make something you want to show off, youre spending 4500, might as well make it something thats easy on the eyes. thumb.gif
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post #16 of 20
I don't recommend a $4500 build... go $3k tops. Massive diminishing returns beyond $3k.
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post #17 of 20
for $4500 I'd build a $2K 2500K/SLI 680 rig with $2500 worth of Monitors and Audio. (Assuming it's primarily a gaming and entertainment rig)
Edited by BillOhio - 4/22/12 at 10:29pm
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post #18 of 20
spend 2.5 thousand on a computer of your choice, then buy the sennheiser hd800 with accompanying amp. BAM there goes your other 2000.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by iDeaL7 View Post

EDIT: You could buy a 2CPU Mo/Bo for around $550 from EVGA Classified and run two 990x if you wanted.

You cant run two 990x processors on a two socket board. You need server procs, which are more expensive than 990x's (if youre looking at getting better performance)
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Originally Posted by bigkahuna360 View Post

I didn't know we were Overclock.net the pursuit of money saving. I thought we were Overclock.net the pursuit of performance. Don't have time to do the $1500 build but heres the $4500 build.
CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2630 x2
Mobo: ASUS Z9PE-D16
RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB x4
PSU: SeaSonic Platinum-1000 x2
Graphics: EVGA GTX 680 x3
Case: Caselabs Magnum T10
SSD: Crucial M4 128GB
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2TB
Cooler: Noctua NH-D14 SE2011
Grand Total: $4426
All parts were from Newegg except the Caslabs case of course. biggrin.gif

Its not the pursuit of money wasting either. wink.gif

Who spends almost 5 grand on a rig and only uses air cooling? Im not understanding why he should get two 2.3 Ghz (locked) 6 cores for 1240, when he could get one 3960X for 999 and possibly get it up to 5 Ghz (under a custom water loop). Not to mention the two cpu board is $500 and ugly as all hell. Who wants to show off a mobo with a green PCB and white and blue ram slots? Not to mention the rotting salmon colored fans on the noctua coolers sicksmiley.png. Really takes away from the sexiness factor of a caselabs. Also, OP didnt mention anything about rendering or the like, so I dont see how he would benefit from all those threads. In other news, skip the dual PSUs, he wouldnt need those, MAYBE a 1250, but those 680s dont use much if I remember right.

CPU - 3960X - 1000
MOBO - Asus ROG 350+
RAM - whatever works 200+
Graphics - two or 3 680s/7970s 1500+
SSD - (you could raid some too if you want) Samsung 830/Crucial M4 140+
HDD - whatever works - 100+
Case - Caselabs are awesome, but too big for my taste. 400
PSU - seasonic 1250 gold/AX1200 (if you even need that much) 250+
Custom water loop!!! 500+
A smokin sexy computer - priceless

3500-4000, not to mention if you need a monitor, keyboard, mouse, OS, speakers, shipping etc

Either way youre getting a bomb sexy computer, I would just rather have you not spend money on things that wont help you out. Also, make something you want to show off, youre spending 4500, might as well make it something thats easy on the eyes. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by bigkahuna360 View Post

I didn't know we were Overclock.net the pursuit of money saving. I thought we were Overclock.net the pursuit of performance. Don't have time to do the $1500 build but heres the $4500 build.
CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2630 x2
Mobo: ASUS Z9PE-D16
RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB x4
PSU: SeaSonic Platinum-1000 x2
Graphics: EVGA GTX 680 x3
Case: Caselabs Magnum T10
SSD: Crucial M4 128GB
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2TB
Cooler: Noctua NH-D14 SE2011
Grand Total: $4426
All parts were from Newegg except the Caslabs case of course. biggrin.gif

Performance =|= wasted money.
Oh and talking about wasted money. Caselabs case and a D14? Workstation, non-overclockable board? TWO 1000w PSUs?

Uh.... lol.

tongue.gif Why not? (I'm surprised I was able to do that yesterday)
     
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post #20 of 20
I'd go with
3930k (hell, you could even settle with a 3920 if you really don't have any use for a 6 core CPU)
S2011 Mobo of your choice
2x 8gb Samsung low voltage kits
680/7970 SLI/CF
Samsung 830 SSD (no raid, for the love of God) + HDDs of your choice
High end case (Lian Li, Silverstone, Little Devil, Caselabs, etc.)
AX1200
Custom WC loop
2560x1440/1600 monitor (mine is a good example)
High end mechanical keyboard (Model M, Das Keyboard, Filco, Ducky, etc.)
High end mouse
Great audio setup

It still isnt' 4.5k? Buy a PS3. And a 360. And Mortal Kombat. And a couple more controllers for your friends.
No use in wasting all that money ONLY on gpu overkill, overpriced cpus and stuff like that. I'm not telling you don't spend it, I'm telling you to spend it wisely.
     
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